The five part regency styled stucco home in Washington, D.C. has just hit the market for $22 million, instantly becoming the most expensive property in the area. Spanning over 13,500 square feet and sitting on almost an acre of land, the stunning property is the result of successful collaboration between Jones Boer Architects, Banks Development, and Arentz Landscape Architects.
Located at 3030 Chain Bridge Road Nw, Washington, the design of the mansion is inspired by the early 18th century English architecture created by Sir John Nash. The house is built according to well-established rules of symmetry, balance and proportion. Finely detailed, load bearing Indiana limestone porches and accent details give the home a stately charm and presence on the street. The opulent house features 8 bedrooms, 10 full and 3 partial bathrooms and a plenty of space for entertainment: a billiard room, wine cellar, and limestone pool pavilion.
The interior spaces of the mansion are accentuated with hand carved stone mantels, custom millwork trim, cabinetry and details that make the interior harmonize with the exterior creating a seamless elegant experience that is timeless in style. Rarely if ever will one find a home constructed and designed with unparalleled materials and workmanship as this masterpiece. Extraordinary landscaping complement this stunning property.